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000163825 245__ $$aResults from the monitoring of indoor environment and occupant perceived productivity in office buildings
000163825 269__ $$a2010
000163825 260__ $$aLondon$$c2010
000163825 336__ $$aConference Papers
000163825 520__ $$aBased on almost 18 months of continuous direct measurements coupled with an electronic questionnaire, we have analysed the influence of indoor temperature and illuminance, outdoor climate parameters, thermal and visual sensation, clothing and season on the perceived productivity of office occupants. Using linear regression analysis, we have identified which of these variables have a significant influence on perceived productivity. From this we noticed that the observed variance in productivity is best expressed by either extreme or aggregated values of our driving variables (including indoor and outdoor temperature or thermal sensation), rather than by instantaneous stimuli. Our analysis also suggests that under warm conditions perceived productivity decreases by around of 10% compared to relatively cooler conditions. An assessment of the existence of a conjugate impact of these variables is also provided.
000163825 6531_ $$aProductivity 
000163825 6531_ $$aIndoor environnement
000163825 6531_ $$aThermal comfort
000163825 700__ $$0240210$$aHaldi, Frédéric$$g172243
000163825 700__ $$0240211$$aRobinson, Darren$$g167657
000163825 7112_ $$aAdapting to Change: New Thinking on Comfort$$cCumberland Lodge, Windsor$$dApril 9-11
000163825 773__ $$tAdapting to Change: New Thinking on Comfort
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